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INDEX

487, 488, 491,494,5l6 5i9 5 caPtured
by Khusru Par viz, 521

Darband (or Derbent), i. 471; ii. 159, zn

Dardanelles, i. 254

Dareium, classical form of Parthian city
ofDara, q&.             .

Daria-i-Mahalu, Lake, i. 25

Daria-i-Niriz, Lake, i. 25

Darius I, King, i. 30, 60, 105, 147 ;
genealogy of, 1525 1695 accessum of,
170 ; 171 > as administrator, 172 5 in-
stitutes satrapies, 172-175 Royal Road
constructed, 175 ; Scythian campaign,
I75 et wf. 5 annexes Thrace, 179 ;
Indian campaign, 179-180} 188, 189;
palace of, 1945 J99 zoo, 202, 206;
death and character of, 206-207 ; 208,
225, 240, 249, 3^5) 33, 423. 429,
438,496,520; ii. 15* , v .
Darius II., King (Darius Nothus), i. 232,

Darius III. (Codomannus) 5 accession of,
L 249-250 5 258, 262, 265, 268 ; defeat
of, at Battle of Issus, 269, 270, 273 j
defeat of, at Battle of Arbela, 274-277 '
279; pursuit and death of, 280-282
283,285,305,346,382,531,544
Darius (son of Artaxerxes IL)>  247
Darius (son of Xerxes), i. 226, 228
Darmsteter, James, i. 128     ^
Darragaa, district of, i. 101; n. 340, 35*

359 footnote

Datis, Persian general, i. 203
Dayaukku (Deioces), i, 124, 127
Daylam, district of, ii. 69, 93
Daylamite Dynasty, vide Buwayhid
Daylamitcs, the, ii. 37, 9
Daz tribe, i. 330       ti
Dead Sea, i. 20, 25 ; n. 
de Cancy, Joseph, ii, m footnote
Definitive Treaty, the, ii. 47"409 i modl-

fication of, 42* J 4*9
dc Goeje, Professor, i. 423 footnote; u. 79

yootrwc
Deioces,   King,  i,  125-127, 128; Kei

Kobad identified with, 145
de Langley, Geoffrey, ii. 191
Delhi, ii. 164, 208, 351, 352-353; sur-
render to Nadir, 354; massacre at, 355
Delwii. 203, 227, 230,344, 367
Delphi5 oracle of, i, 154 j 318
Deluge, legend of the, i. 62-63 > Sumerian

legend, 6S
Demavand, Mount, i. 7, 16, 18,  365

the Iranian Paradise, 117 j 123, 124,

125,143,284,346
Demetrias, city of Magnesia, i. 343
Demetrius Poliorcetea, i, 310; raid on

Babylon, 3115 3123 career and death,

313-315 i 3*7, 338, 454   .
Demetrius II. (son of Demetrius Soter), 1.

354,355* 356 357

Demetrius Soter (son of Seleucus IV,), i.
352, 353,354
Demetrius the Fair, i. 339 footnote
de Meynard, Barbier, i. 423 footnote; ii.
227
de Montfort, Simon, i. 438
De Morgan, i. 36, 41 footnote, 45 footnote,
54,57,58,59, 6, 61, &> $5, 66, 71,
76, 77, 79> 82, 83, 101, 103, 122,
157
Demosthenes, i."254, 260
Deniker-Toseph, i. 100
d'Eon, Chevalier, u, 322
Derbent, ,i. 29, 479, 487, 488, 491, 543;
ii. 211; captured by Peter the Great,
322-323
de Sacy, L., i. 505
de Silva y Figueroa, Don Garcia, ii. 275
Diarbekr (Amida), i. 42, 450; ii, 194,
220, 246, 263
Dias, Bartholomew, ii. 269
Dietz, Dr., ii. 293 footnote
Dieulafoy, Marcel, i. 47-54, 59, 60,191,
J95
Dihistan, district of, 1.330; captured by
Yezid, ii. 54
Dilfard Pass, the, ii. 94, 183
Diocletian, Emperor, i. 441, 443, 453>
Diodorus Siculus, i. 188, 280
Diodotus of Bactria, i. 321, 332, 335
Diodotus of Syria, 354; assumes name of
Tryphon, 355 5 356
Div-i-Sufid, i. 145
Diyala, River, i. 161
Dizabul (Turkish Khan), i. 494
Dizful, i. 43, 48
D'Ohsson, Mouradja, ii. 1^ footnote, 145,
146, 147, 225
Dokuz Khatun, wife of Hulagu Khan, u.
176
Dolatshah (historian), ii. 130,204
Polgoruki, Prince, ii. 449, 450
Dorians, the, i. 158
Doriscus, Plain of, i. 212
Dorn, Bernard, i. 424 footnote
Dorylaeum, ii. n6                               .
Dost Mohamed, the Amir, ii. 410; rise
of, 429-430? 431, 434, 435, 4365
second British Treaty with, 452 ? 455,
456; captures Herat, 464-465 ; 466
Drangiana, i. 285,286
Drangians, the, i. 102
Dropini, the, i. 56
Druzes, the, ii. 108-109                         %
Dryden, lines on burning of Persepohs, i.
0U2 clrceau, Father, ii 287/00^
Dujayal, River (Karun), i. 43 5ll- X73
Duma, desert town, i. 532, 533 J * J9
Dunbula, fort, i. 436
Dungi, King of Ur, 1.73